In Loving Memory of Mary Lou Catino Wilson

Mary Lou Catino Wilson

Mary Lou Catino Wilson

Dunmore, PA November 11, 1942 ~ November 2, 2015 Date of Service: November 6, 2015

Mary Lou Catino Wilson, 72, of Dunmore died Monday morning at Geisinger –Community Medical Center. She was the widow of Robert K Wilson and the daughter of the late Gerard and Francis Azzarelli Catino.

Mary Lou was a graduate of Dunmore High School class of 1960. She went on to become a registered X-ray technician and worked at Presbyterian Hospital in New York City for many years. After moving back to Dunmore to raise her daughter and care for her parents, she worked at many different jobs. The one that she loved most and truly suited her best was modeling, which she did for several years. She also made several infomercials, which aired nationally.  Mary Lou was best known for her infectious smile and unique personality.

Though her life’s journey was not always easy, she had many adventures, made many friends and memories along the way. She was a truly beautiful person and a free spirit, who can now be at peace and fly free as she was always meant to.  No one who has ever met her, will ever forget her.

She is survived by her daughter, Alethea Deitrick Cieciorka and wife Nancy Baumann, Scranton; grandchildren Ryan Cieciorka and companion Amanda Prendergast, Dunmore; Kalamarie Cieciorka and boyfriend Vito Picozzo, Dunmore; and Jesse “Kit Raff” Baumann, Scranton; a great-grandson Liam Cieciorka ; godson, Christopher Thomas, Old Forge; several cousins, and many friends she loved dearly.

The family would like to thank ALL the people that helped Mary Lou along her journey especially Janet Riggi, Michael Rinaldi, Lucy Jason and Cheryl Capoccia. You truly made her everyday life better.

The family would like everyone to join them in sharing their memories, Friday evening at Carlucci-Golden-DeSantis Funeral Home,Inc. 318 E. Drinker St. Dunmore, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., with a service of celebration being held at 8 p.m.

Interment will be held at the convenience of the family.

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kathy barrett
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mary lou
Reply #7 on : Mon November 09, 2015, 23:20:33
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our family has know mary lou many years. she used to call our elderly mother often, to give her the news of what was going on in the world, and in our little community . our mother always looked forward to her calls ! mary lou was a loyal friend, with many funny stories to tell, and she told them well !she will be sorely missed especially by Mike Rinaldi and Rosemary Barrett. i'm sure she is in Heaven and the angels are glad for her company.
elisa Schuler
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Re: In Loving Memory of Mary Lou Catino Wilson
Reply #6 on : Fri November 06, 2015, 16:06:47
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Alethea I'm so sorry for the loss of your mom if you ever need anything let me know I'm here for you and your family...
Andrew Beechko
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Mary Lou Catino Wilson
Reply #5 on : Fri November 06, 2015, 10:17:23
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My first high school prom date.
Beautiful smile. Beautiful person.
Will always remember her.
My sympathies on your loss.
Lisa swartz
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Re: In Loving Memory of Mary Lou Catino Wilson
Reply #4 on : Fri November 06, 2015, 01:06:23
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Aleathea and family I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you all at this time. May you all find peace. Your mom was like a second mom to me. Love you all!
robert lesh
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Reply #3 on : Thu November 05, 2015, 18:42:58
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Dear Alethea im so sorry, your mom sounded like such a sweet person. God Bless
Gail and Stephen Yanick
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Re: In Loving Memory of Mary Lou Catino Wilson
Reply #2 on : Thu November 05, 2015, 09:52:44
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Alethia and Nancy.
I am so sorry for your loss. MaryLou was a great person. She will be miss by all who knew and loved her.